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Roll of Honour board located at Wharenui School to recognise former students and staff of the school who served in the First World War
The Canterbury Earthquake Memorial is located on the edge of the Ōtākaro/Avon River between Montreal Street and Rhododendron Island. The site was selected following feedback from bereaved family members. The
Tapered stone pillar on concrete base as a memorial to those people from Belfast and adjoining areas who died in World Wars I and II. Consists of seven plaques. Plaque
War memorial on Witch Hill, Port Hills, Christchurch.
Memorial to local 'Burwood Boys' who died serving New Zealand during World Wars I and II.
Location Waltham War Memorial Gates are located on the South boundary of Waltham Park at the intersection of Waltham Road, Wilsons Road and Fifield Terrace opposite the Heathcote River. The
Heathcote War Memorial, located at the corner of Flavell Street and Martindales Road, Heathcote.
Located in Woodham Road, Christchurch at the entrance to Wilding Park.
Gates to honour WW1 and WW2 soldiers at Wharenui School, Matipo Street, Riccarton, Christchurch
Memorial tablets laid in concrete on the ground, in memory of men of the district who died in World War I. Location: On Council land on the corner of Horner
A bronze statue with biographical details of Nicholas was erected on the banks of the Avon River on 7 March 2007, near the Bridge of Remembrance.
A memorial in Christchurch for the people who lost their lives or were injured on 22 February 2011
New Brighton School: 125 years of operating as a primary school, a district high school and then as a primary school (Central New Brighton School); closed 2015.  The Roll of
Black marble spire set on square marble base which in turn sits on a concrete plinth and steps. Memorial to local residents who lost their lives in World War I and
This roll of honour board is from the St Enoch's Presbyterian Church which was where the New Brighton Museum is now.
On one of the walls at College House, in Waimairi Road, there is a plaque to remember those men who had attended College House, and who fought and died in
In St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Cashmere, there is a roll of honour with names of Cashmere men who served in the First World War.
Unveiled on the 26th February 1921, the memorial was erected in memory of the 154 Elmwood boys who served in the Great War 1914-18.
The honour roll formerly in the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church, lists 17 names of servicemen from the First World War.